I hold my hands up. I could be much more reflective in my professional practice. I could also strive harder to be evidence-informed. Oh dear, here comes a limb that I fell the need to totter out onto. I'm going to suggest that as a profession we could do more to encourage reflective practice and remaining … Continue reading Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the most reflective practitioner of all?
Twitter I feel terribly late for the Twitter Party and freely admit to being more than a little afraid. What if no-one else arrives alone? Will there be anyone that I know there? What if no-one will speak to me? As with many social events I found it a little easier once I found … Continue reading Don’t Shelve So Close To Me or CPD23 Thing 4
Hello there Dear Reader. You know by now that I have to write these things down or I will just plain forget that I have done them. Very excited to have added a Twitter Button from http://www.twitterbuttons.net/Buttons2.php to my previous post. *sighs with satisfaction*. Today's 'To Do:' list had Pushnote at the top... So, from the Pushnote home page … Continue reading Pushnote
Thing 4 suggests investigating RSS Feeds, Twitter and Pushnote. Deceptively little to investigate one might think. For my own reflection I'm going to list my actions: 1) Led to Andy Priestner's blog by the CILIP weekly news email, I read this lovely post on 'Twitter for Research' . Oh, Twitter doesn't look so bad thinks I, … Continue reading Brain hurting, need… time… to… assimilate info…